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Common Problems in HP ProBook® 4520s
Are you curious to know about various problems that can come up in HP ProBook 4520s notebook?
HP ProBook 4520s notebook has been designed to cater to the computing requirements of medium and small-sized business concerns. The notebook uses the Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. It comes with the 32 bit Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system. It is equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LAN. HP ProBook 4520s notebook comes with a 15.6 inch antiglare display with a 16:9 widescreen ratio. Horizontal viewing angles of the screen are impressive. The notebook also has a full size keyboard. In addition, it has an updated touchpad with a large surface and it is very easy to use. HP ProBook 4520s notebook has three USB ports, one SATA port, as well as dial up modem and audio jacks.
Here we will focus on the common problems that can come up in HP ProBook 4520s notebook along with the tips to resolve them:
- Wi-Fi connection problem
- Screen problems
- Master boot record damage
Wi-Fi connection problem
Sometimes you may face problem while connecting to the Wi-Fi router of your HP ProBook 4520s notebook, even if the hotspot is working fine. You can fix this problem by taking note of the MAC address when it appears. Another fix is that you can update or reinstall the related drivers.
Screen problems may sometimes occur when you try to connect with another monitor which needs a greater pixel resolution which is not actually supported by your HP ProBook 4520s notebook. To deal with the problem, you need to update the graphics or video card drivers in your notebook. Also check the connection ports and ensure that the wires are properly connected.
Master boot record damage occurs with the recovery partition of your HP ProBook 4520s notebook. This problem prevents the operating system from boot up. To solve the problem, restore the master boot record using the master boot CD if the issue is due to an improper deletion. If all these fail, then you have to reinstall the operating system.